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Geographic Distribution

Antarctic Convergence illustration Antarctic convergence

Bathymetric Specimen Dispersal

7 individual specimens found for Bostrychopora dentata.

Bostrychopora dentata   Species

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"Smittia dentata sp. nov.

(Pl. IV, fig. 8)

Zoarium incrusting, with zooecia ovate to hexagonal, having large pores round the border, eachpore separated by a short ridge, surface smooth or slightly granular. Oral aperture large, with bidentate lyrula and a cardella at each side. Near the lower corner of the aperture, at each side there is a small, tumid avicularium with semicircular mandible. Ovicell unknown. In the general form it much resembles the Mucronella bicuspis Hincks, but differs in having a row of pores round the border, instead of the few large punctures of the New Zealand specimens. The fossil S. biincisa Waters from South Australia and Victoria is very closely allied to these two, and the Mucronella serratimargo Ortmann, from Japan has a similar aperture.

HABITAT. - Exp. Antarct. Belge.

No 615, Tangles VIII. Lat. 70º 00' S.- Long. 80° 48' W.; 500 ? met.; +0.9 C. — One piece only, growing on stone." (Waters, 1904:71)

Specimens

Type Status Catalog No. Date Collected Location Coordinates Depth (m) Vessel
  19535 2/8/1969 Antarctic Ocean 65.6° S, 67.3° W 161 Hero R/V
  19623 1/14/1968 Ross Sea 74° S, 179° E 256 – 258 Eltanin R/V
  19624 1/18/1967 Ross Sea 76.1° S, 168.2° E 362 – 375 Eltanin R/V
  19625 1/18/1968 Ross Sea 75° S, 168.4° E 334 – 335 Eltanin R/V
  19920 1/17/1967 Ross Sea 75° S, 169.4° E 324 – 329 Eltanin R/V
  20494 1/17/1967 Ross Sea 75° S, 169.4° E 324 – 329 Eltanin R/V
  20711 1/2/1963 Antarctic Ocean 62.6° S, 56.1° W 311 – 426 Eltanin R/V

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